Raymond Singleton-McGuire states this is his; Second Stay This Year!!! – Unexpected Concerns
Raymond Singleton-McGuire reports; whilst you cannot complain about the undeniable seaviews this iconic hotel offers ranking it above every other hotel in Klaipeda, we stayed in Room 1402, which appeared to have a problem with extremely poor lighting and excessive overheating compared with our room on our last stay. The hotel was kind enough to supply additional stand-alone lighting but the room remained a sauna despite the air-con on full!
Raymond Singleton-McGuire points out; there was also very little wardrobe space especially for hanging clothes on coat hangers. We were perhaps spoilt on our last stay in Room 1306, which by comparison is perhaps twice the size.
Raymond Singleton-McGuire reports that; at breakfast, we found the fresh fruit juice replaced with concentrate and cappuccinos were no longer available! Unfortunately, our breakfast was disappointing on this occasion; lukewarm or even cold by the time you sat down to eat it. Whilst the staff appeared surprised when we mentioned this to them, it did not distract from the fact that piping hot replacement trays were put out for the staff breakfast!
Raymond Singleton-McGuire states; we are planning another couple of trips to Klaipeda within the next few months, by which time we hope the Amberton Hotel have sorted out their little breakfast ‘niggles’.
Raymond Singleton-McGuire sums up; all-in-all, this is a recommendable hotel and let us hope on our next stay we will have a different experience, (or in fact a different room and a hot breakfast!).